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  1. Lk. St. Clair and St. Clair River
    He'll let you know. He lives there.
  2. Fishing Stuff
    Selling these only in the group of ten lures that you see in the picture, no individual lure sales. And you will have to meet me in Burton to pick them up. Cash only please. Send me a private message if you are interested and then we'll set up a convenient time and place for both of us to...
    $50 USD
  3. Fishing Stuff
    These nine (9) Grapentin 5" long pencil plugs have never been used and are in brand-new condition. All but one are painted in the popular "wonderbread" design. Send me a private message if you are interested. I live just east of Flint.
  4. Fishing Stuff
    Crawler harness, trolling spoons, rod and reel for wall fishing, plugs. Ice luers and anything in-between. I'm looking to try to turn my hobby into a business due to covid my wife is forced to be home with our kids and cannot work so we are trying to work hard from home to try to survive this...
  5. Lk. St. Clair and St. Clair River
    Went to Marysville last night casting jigs from shore for walleye. I switched lures a couple of times before I decided to try out something I'd never used before. I put on this a 3/8 oz. round ball jig with a blue head and 3" blue paddle tail. By 11:00 p.m. I already had a few walleye on the...
  6. Lk. St. Clair and St. Clair River
    The St Clair River was "on fire" last night, folks catching walleyes left and right. Besides all the boats I saw stretched out along the drop off, I saw literally hundreds of people casting jigs from shore all the way from Marysville to Port Huron, virtually anywhere there was an open spot to...
  7. Lk. St. Clair and St. Clair River
    This first photo shows me holding on to my first genuine St Clair River walleye fishing pole back in 1959. I was 10 years old and already hooked on the sport. If I remember right, that was a five dollar Shakespeare reel my Dad picked out for me at a Port Huron sporting goods store. This...
  8. Lk. St. Clair and St. Clair River
    Caught these walleyes off the wall a few nights back on a shallow running reef runner crank bait that I set at about five feet off the bottom. Didn't really do much before 9:30 p.m. but things started picking up shortly afterwards. Naturally it got colder as it got later but the fish didn't...
  9. A stringer full of nice keepers

    Nothing beats tying into some good eaters like these on the St Clair River. Walleye and perch are my favorite fish to eat.
  10. Lk. St. Clair and St. Clair River
    10-21-17 - Drifting St Clair River Pause the video at 1:29 - is that a lamprey?? it goes by fast
  11. Lk. St. Clair and St. Clair River
    I know that people catch carp from the Detroit River but I've never heard of anybody fishing for carp on the St. Clair River. Has anyone ever caught or seen any on the St. Clair?
  12. Lk. St. Clair and St. Clair River
    My father and I are headed out on the river for Walleyes over the weekend as rookies around the Marysville area. I've read and heard that drift jigging using 1/4oz pink jig heads with 3" white grubs seem to work well around 15-20ft. Will these colors work well for the fall as well? What other...
  13. Lk. St. Clair and St. Clair River
    5-1-16 – Sunday St Clair River, Marine City We lunched at the Marine City ramp about 9:30 am on May 1, 2016. The word at the ramp with a few incoming fisherman was to use fin-S blue ice. The weather was 45-50 degrees an overcast cloudy day with a low ceiling and distance of visibility due to...
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